2005 cdbg dri design/build replacement housing

2005 cdbg dri design/build replacement housing
BROWARD COUNTY
HOUSING FINANCE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR
2005 CDBG DRI DESIGN/BUILD REPLACEMENT
HOUSING PROGRAM
Fiscal Year 2011/2012
Available December 20, 2011
Deadline January 6, 2012
12:00 P.M. NOON
PROPOSAL PROCESS TIMELINE
PHASE ONE – Window of Opportunity for Assistance
a. 2005 CDBG DRI Design/Build
Replacement Housing/Request for
Proposal
December 20, 2011
b. Pre-Submission/Pre-Bid Meeting:
December 28, 2011
c. Deadline for Submission of Proposals
(1 original and 5 copies):
January 6, 2012 / 12:00 P.M., NOON
PHASE TWO – Review and Evaluation Process for Applications/Proposals
a. Review of Proposals by Evaluation
Committee:
Week of January 9-12, 2012
b. Applicants Interviews:
Week of January 16-19, 2012
c. Ranking/Evaluation of Applicants:
January 20, 2012
d. Recommendation of RFP Approval to the
Broward County Board of County
Commissioners:
February 7, 2012
PHASE THREE – Agreement Contracting Process
To be Completed by February 12, 2012 (Tentative)
BROWARD COUNTY HOUSING FINANCE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
DIVISION
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
FY 2011/2012
2005 CDBG DRI DESIGN/BUILD REPLACEMENT HOUSING
PROGRAM
PROPOSAL PROCESS
INSTRUCTIONS
Broward County Housing Finance & Community Development Division
110 NE 3rd Street, 3rd Floor
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
2005 CDBG DRI DESIGN/BUILD REPLACEMENT HOUSING PROGRAM
Table of Contents
1)
Applicant Agency Cover Sheet………………………………………………...
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2)
RFP Terms and Definitions…………………………………………………….
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3)
Purpose for Solicitation…………………………….……………………….......
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4)
Statement of Work………………………………………………………………
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5)
Project Description………………………………….……………………….…
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6)
Project Requirements………………………………………………………….
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7)
Submission Procedures and Requirements…..……………………………..
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8)
Evaluation Criteria and Selection Procedures…..…………………………...
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9)
County’s Rights and Responsibilities.....……………………………………...
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10) Who May Apply…………………………………………………………….......
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11) Liability Insurance Requirements..………………………………………….…
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12) Liquidated Damages……… …………………………………………………...
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13) County Business Enterprise (CBE)…..………………………………………..
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14) Rating Tool…………………………………………………..……….………….
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15) Proposal Checklist and Attachments…………………...……………………..
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16) Fatal Flaw Checklist……………………..……………………………………..
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ATTACHMENTS
“A” Financial Statement……………………………………………………………….
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“B” Certificate of Corporation…………………………………………………………
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“C” IRS Form 501 (c)(3)……………………………………………………………....
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“D” Project Budget and Cost Table…………………………………………………..
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“E” Public Entities Crime Affidavit……………………………………………………
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“F” Drug Free Workplace Certification………………………………...…………….
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“G” Client Non-Discrimination……………………………………...…………………
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“H” County Business Enterprise Program………………………………..…………
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“I” Americans With Disabilities Policy……………………………………..………..
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“J” Equal Employment Opportunity Policy………………………………..……..…
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“K” Non-Collusive Affidavit…………………………………………………………...
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“L” Certification Regarding Lobbying…………………………………………………
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“M” Section 3 Requirements…………………………………………………………... 43
“N” Debarment Certification…………………………………………………………...
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“O” Central Broward County Lots………………………………………….…………..
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“P” Town of Davie Lots………….………………………………………………….…
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“Q” Town of Davie Drawings………………………………………………………….
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Housing Finance & Community Development Division
FY 2011/2012 RFP Process
AGENCY COVER SHEET
1.
Section A.
Funding Request Summary
Developer/General Contractor to
Design & Build Single-Family
Replacement Housing Units.
Total Amount of Funding Requested for Service Delivery:
Section B.
Applicant Agency Information
. Applicant Agency Legal Name:
. Main Administrative Address:
. City & State:
. Zip Code:
. Telephone Number:
. Fax Number:
. E-mail Address:
. Web Site:
. CEO/Executive Officer:
. Office Phone Number:
. Chief Financial Officer:
. Office Phone Number:
. Contact Person’s Name
. Phone Number including area code
. Mailing Address, City, State, Zip Code, Email
. Type of Entity (check all that apply): __ Private-For-Profit Corporation or Limited Partnership
Section C.
__ Nonprofit
Certification of Accuracy and Compliance
I do hereby certify that all facts, figures, and representations made in the application(s) are true and correct. Furthermore,
all applicable statutes, terms, conditions, regulations and procedures for program compliance and fiscal control, including
but not limited to, those contained in the Bid Solicitation and Core Contract will be implemented to ensure proper
accountability of contracts. I certify that the funds requested in this application(s) will not supplant funds that would
otherwise be used for the purposes set forth in this project(s) and are a true estimate of the amount needed to operate the
proposed project(s). The filing of this application(s) has been authorized by the contracting entity and I have been duly
authorized to act as the representative of the agency in connection with this application(s). I also agree to follow all
Terms, Conditions, and applicable federal and state statutes.
Print Authorized Official’s Name
__________________________
Authorized Official’s Title
Authorized Official’s Signature
Date
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2.
DEFINITIONS
Whenever the following terms appear in this document, the intent and
meaning shall be interpreted as follows:
1. Board: means the Board of County Commissioners of Broward
County, Florida, which is the governing body of Broward County
government created by the Broward County Charter.
2. Buyer: An individual that has been income certified by the Housing
Finance and Community Development Division to purchase a house
constructed through the Design/Build Replacement Housing Program.
3. County: Broward County, Florida, a political subdivision of the State
of Florida for which a Development Agreement is to be performed.
4. Construction Cost: This is the proposal price minus profit.
5. Community Development Specialist: County employee selected by
the Housing Finance and Community Development Division to manage
the Design/Build Replacement Housing program, who is a
representative of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward
County, Florida.
6. Developer/General Contractor: means the firm submitting a Request
for Proposal to the County for this Project acting directly or through a
duly authorized representative.
7. Energy Star Qualified: is a government-backed labeling program that
helps people and organizations save money and reduce greenhouse
gas emissions by identifying factories, office equipment, home
appliances and electronics that have superior energy efficiency.
8. Evaluation Committee: (EC) A committee appointed by the Broward
County Housing Finance and Community Development Division to
review proposals and prepare for consideration by the County
Commission a Development Agreement with the most responsive and
responsible Development firm(s).
9. Low-Moderate Income Household: means a household having an
income equal to or less than the Section 8 Low-Income limit
established by the Rules and Regulations of H.U.D., which currently is
one or more natural persons or a family, not including students, that
have a total annual anticipated gross income for the household that
does not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the median annual income
adjusted for family size for households within the metropolitan
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statistical area (MSA), the County, or the non-metropolitan median for
the State, whichever is greater.
10. Very Low Income Household: means a household having an income
equal to or less than the Section 8 Very Low Income limit established
by the Rules and Regulations of H.U.D., which currently is one or more
natural persons or a family, not including students, that has a total
annual anticipated gross income for the household that does not
exceed fifty percent (50%) of the median income adjusted for family
size for households within the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), the
County, or the non-metropolitan median for the State, whichever is
greater.
11. Housing Finance and Community Development Division:
A
Division within the Environmental Protection and Growth Management
Department responsible for administering housing programs
12. Project: As described in the RFP, the Project includes, but is not
limited to, furnishing all labor, materials, supplies, equipment, services
and incidentals necessary to design, permit, and construct singlefamily homes on the lots awarded to the Developer/General
Contractor.
13. Project fifty percent (50%) Completion: Project shall be deem fifty
percent (50%) complete upon completion of the shell of the house
(exterior walls and roof), interior walls (drywalls and installation),
electrical (rough), plumping (rough), A/C duct work (complete),
windows and doors (installed).
14. Program Manager: The ranking managerial employee of the agency
of County Government which requested this Project or some other
employee expressly designated as Program Manager, who is the
representative of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward
County, Florida.
15. WaterSense: is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
program designed to encourage water efficiency in the United States
through the use of a special label on consumer products such as
toilets, bathroom sink faucet, and showerheads.
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3.
PURPOSE FOR THIS SOLICITATION
Broward County’s Design/Build Replacement Housing Program is
administered through the Environmental Protection and Growth
Management Department, Housing Finance and Community Development
Division of Broward County. The program is designed to develop
replacement housing to single-family homes that were damaged beyond
repair by major storms and have not been replaced. The Housing Finance
and
Community
Development
Division
is
now
accepting
proposals/applications from Developer/General Contractors to design and
build single-family homes on Broward County owned lots.
Proposals shall be submitted by the due date and time as listed in
this RFP Application to:
Sheldon Riles, Community Development Specialist
Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management
Department, Housing Finance and Community Development Division
110 NE 3RD Street, 3rd Floor
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Phone: (954)357-4902
Copies of Proposal
One (1) original package, clearly marked original, and five (5) copies,
clearly marked copies are required.
Each Proposal shall contain all items referenced in Section 6 below
(“Submission Procedures and Requirements”); Contractors shall submit
their Proposal pursuant to COUNTY’s instructions
4.
STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)
This Project includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, materials,
supplies, equipment, services and incidentals necessary to design, permit,
and construct:
The Housing Finance and Community Development Division is
seeking Developers/General Contractors to design and build single
–family homes and a sound barrier wall (if required) on lots owned
by Broward County. Lots will be conveyed at no cost directly from
Broward County to the awarded contractor subject to Broward
County reverter clause. The Developer/General Contractor shall be
chosen based on the number of homes, home design, amenities,
price and the Developer/General Contractor’s capacity, as well as
the best interest of the neighborhood, as determined by the
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evaluation committee. The Developer/General Contractor will be
required to build all homes at the same time. All homes must be
designed to meet the standard for Energy Star Qualified for new
homes.
Funding for this program is provided by the US Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Florida
Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), applicable Federal
and State rules and regulations apply. Developer/General
Contractors who can demonstrate the requisite knowledge and
experience to perform services under the Department of Defense
Appropriations Act (the Act), 2006 (Public Law 109–148, approved
December 30, 2005) for disaster relief, long-term recovery, and
restoration of infrastructure in the most impacted and distressed
areas related to the consequences of hurricanes in the Gulf of
Mexico in 2005, Federal Register (Volume 71, No. 29) on February
13, 2006 (referred to as 2005 Community Development Block Grant
Disaster Recovery Initiative) for the proposed activities will be
considered.
The construction of these homes is a “Turn Key” operation. The
selected Developer/General Contractor will be required to submit
for building permits within thirty (30) days of the award/Notice to
Proceed and begin construction of the replacement housing within
fifteen (15) days after receiving permits. All homes must have a
Certificate of Occupancy issued on or before August 1, 2012.
The awarded Developer/General Contractor shall produce a
monthly Status Report concerning its assigned lots, specifying
names of applicants who have signed contracts, with the
corresponding lot address, date of contract, and closing date (when
set). Production of the Status Report shall commence when the first
applicant enters into a contract with the Developer/General
Contractor, and continue until all closing have been successfully
completed. The Status Report shall be submitted to the Community
Development Specialist in the Housing Finance and Community
Development Division.
5.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Scope of Service
The Broward County Housing Finance and Community Development
Division is seeking a Developer/General Contractor to design and build
the maximum number of homes with available program funding of TwoMillion Five Hundred Thousand ($2,500,000.00). The Developer/General
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Contractor will be required to build on lots located in Central Broward
County and in the Town of Davie (See attached map for lot dimension).
The Developer/General Contractor may also be responsible for designing
and building a sound barrier wall around subject lots abutting NW 27 th
Ave. and Sunrise Blvd. corridor.
It is anticipated that the award will be made to one Developer/General
Contractor who demonstrates to the Housing Finance and Community
Development Division they are capable to perform and meet all
requirements specified in this RFP.
The Developer/General Contractor will be required to submit two (2)
models each with floor plans, exterior elevations, exterior facades, and
orientations consistent with the County’s standards and requirements for
Central Broward County Lots. Developer/General Contractor will be
provided floor plan, exterior elevation, and orientation for the Town of
Davie Lots (information must still be included in proposal package). The
County will market these homes to its respective lists of “Buyers”, who
have been pre-qualified through the Lender Program. The
Developer/General Contractor will agree to sell to the homebuyer referred
by the County at a selling price determined by the County. The
Developer/General Contractor will be required to perform regular
maintenance and property up keep on each individual home until sold.
Zoning Requirements
Construction must meet the dimensional requirements for the RS_5 and
RM_15 zoning district. The project must meet all other Land Development
Regulations requirements. Please contact the Broward County Permitting,
Licensing, and Consumer Protection Division and the Town of Davie
Zoning Department to discuss zoning requirements.
Developer/General Contractor’s Financial Requirements
All proposals shall be accompanied by documentation verifying the
Developer/General Contractor’s financial ability to complete the project as
evidenced by equity contributions and /or written expressions of interest
from a financing institution meeting qualifications satisfactory to County to
finance the project. The selected Developer/General Contractor will be
required to obtain bonding for the project.
Invoice and Payment
Developer/General Contractor may invoice County at completion of site
development which may include, purchased construction materials; and
additional invoice may be submitted to County at fifty percent (50%)
completion of construction (See definition for 50% completion); and upon
successful completion of construction, as witness by Certificate of
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Occupancy, a final invoice for balance due may be submitted to County for
payment.
Comply with:
 Federal, State, and local building codes, ordinance and administrative
orders applicable to building and construction trades. Uniform housing
code, building codes and /or ordinances.
 Refer to Rule No: 9BER07-1 or 9BER 06-1 (If Applicable)
 Federal and State Rules and Regulations, especially those that pertain
to HUD’s 24 CFR 570, 2005 CDBG DRI program.
 Earned income disallowance (EID) using 24 CFR, NMA’s EID
worksheet
 Must have knowledge of and comply with Davis-Bacon. (If Applicable)
 Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) Supplemental conditions.
(Provided by County)
 Techniques and methods of housing inspection to locate health and
safety concerns.
 Section 8 Housing standards – (HQS) Housing Quality Standard.
 Section 3 and its requirements. (Provided by County)
Ability to:
 Interpret, explain and apply Federal, State, and local building codes,
ordinances and administration orders applicable to building and
construction trades. Uniform housing code, building codes and/or
ordinances.
 Review and interpret bid proposals.
 Deal tactfully and effectively with homeowners, contractors, staff and
other contacted in the course of work.
 Communicate effectively, both oral and in writing.
6.
PROJECT REQUIRMENTS
Specification #1 (Proposed 8 to 10 Homes with Sound Barrier Wall)
1. The Developer/General Contractor must provide a minimum of two (2)
floor plans for a three bedroom/two bath single-family home with oneor two-stories. The home shall have a minimum air-conditioned square
footage as indicated below in specification number 7, and include an
attached two-car garage. Each home must meet all Broward County
Florida Building Code and neighborhood building standards and
requirements.
2. A minimum of two (2) sets of elevations per floor plan are required,
including front, side, and rear elevations. The Developer/General
Contractor is required to fulfill parking, sidewalk, setback, and building
standards as established by the County.
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3. All home designs shall use an architectural style that conforms to, or
improves the appearance of the neighborhood. The Developer/General
Contractor must provide variations in design, color, and façade, but
with a common architectural design. Homes of the same design, color,
or façade shall not be located side by side. While, the selection of
homes will be conducted between the homeowner and the
Developer/General Contractor, the County shall ensure that identical
models do not abut each other through the site planning process.
4. The Developer/General Contractor is responsible for all infrastructure
development required for single-family homes in the County.
5. At a minimum, each home model must include the following rooms
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Enclosed two-car garage (hurricane rated)
Three bedroom unit
Two full bathrooms
Covered entrance portico
Kitchen
Separate living room and dining room, or one Great-room
6. The following amenities are required in every home and must conform
or exceed the requirements of the County.
a. Interior:
i. Two (2) full bathrooms with tubs/showers, sink, and toilet
with tiled floors (one bathroom must include a tub),
1. Water efficient toilets, showers, and faucets (such
as those with the WaterSense label)
ii. Central A/C system (minimum SEER rating 16),
iii. Installation (R30 or better)
iv. Hot water heater (Tank-less Energy Star Rated)
v. Double kitchen sink,
vi. Eco-friendly Wood kitchen cabinets, (visit link for more
information:http://www.hacfl.com/JobDevelopmentEmpo
werment/StepUp/tabid/3119/Default.aspx )
vii. Interior light fixture package, (Energy efficient)
viii. Ceramic tile (foyer, kitchen, and baths) and carpet,
ix. All appliances including washer, dryer, self-cleaning
range, range hood, garbage disposal, refrigerator with ice
maker and water line, (Energy Star-labeled products)
x. Ceiling fans in all bedrooms and living room,
xi. Wiring for alarm system, cable, phones and smoke
detector,
xii. Window treatment mini-blinds or better
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b. Exterior:
i. Hurricane rated garage door
ii. Automatic garage door opener,
iii. Energy efficient/hurricane rated tinted windows and doors
iv. Automated in-ground sprinkler system for landscaping
and lawn area, including swale, (Water conserving
products and techniques)
v. Landscaping to meet code requirements,
vi. Concrete driveway,
vii. Dimensional shingles or better,
viii. Five-feet-wide concrete sidewalks,
ix. Concrete block and stucco construction,
x. Underground utilities
xi. On street, individual mailboxes consistent with
neighborhood design,
xii. Exterior features including front and rear electric outlets,
motion detector outdoor lighting on driveway and
backyard, and switch operated lighting at all doors
leading to the outside and front and rear hose bibs,
xiii. Rear and side yard fencing on property, fencing must be
solid white PVC.
7. Home Models
Each proposal shall contain all two (2) models as identified below.
Each model should contain a floor plan, exterior elevations (side, front,
rear), exterior façade, and orientation.
Model I
A three-bedroom, two-bath home with a two-car garage. Minimum
living square footage under air: 1,500.
Model II
A three-bedroom, two-bath home with a two-car garage. Minimum
living square footage under air: 1,650.
The Developer/General Contractor shall provide a list of amenities, in
addition to those listed above, included in the base sales price. The
base price shall include all development order and permit fees, and
water and sewer connection fees.
All specifications 1 thru 7 will apply for Specification #1 and
Specification #2 (Alternate)
8. Sound Barrier Wall
The wall, if required, shall contain Design graphics on the side of the
wall that faces Sunrise Blvd. and NW 27th Ave.
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Specification #2 (Alternate-Proposed 8 Homes)
1. Specification #2 (Alternate) requires all specifications 1 through 7
above (as required for specification # 1) with the exception of/minus
the design/build for the Sound Barrier Wall.
Specification #3 (Proposed 3 Homes-Town of Davie)
1. Developer/General Contractor shall be provided with designs and
models for specification #3. Each home must meet all Broward County
Florida Building Code and neighborhood building standards and
requirements.
2. A minimum of two (2) sets of elevations per floor plan are required,
including front, side, and rear elevations. The Developer/General
Contractor is required to fulfill parking, sidewalk, setback, and building
standards as established by the County and City.
3. The Developer/General Contractor is responsible for all infrastructure
development required for single-family homes in the County and City.
Developer/General Contractor will be required to submit design,
pricing, and cost for each of the three (3) specifications identified
above.
7.
SUBMISSION PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
This deadline for submission will be January 9, 2012 by 12 noon. All
required documentation is to be submitted to:
Sheldon Riles, Community Development Specialist
Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management
Department Housing Finance and Community Development Division
110 NE 3RD Street, 3rd Floor
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Phone: (954)357-4930
A submission received after this time will be considered non-responsive.
Copies of Proposal
One (1) original package, clearly marked original, and five (5) copies,
clearly marked copies are required.
All proposal packages should be bound and tabbed by section as follows:
1. LETTER OF INTENT- The Letter of Intent must identify all members of
the Developer/General Contractor entity and be signed by an Officer,
Managing Member, or General Partner of the Developer/General
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Contractor entity. The Letter of Intent should identify all interested
parties and the respective relationship between all principals, owners,
agents, or employees of the Developer/General Contractor entity.
Additionally, the Letter of Intent should address the organizational
structure of the Developer/General Contractor entity.
2. PROJECT OBJECTIVES- A description of the Developer/General
Contractor’s capability to meet the Broward County Housing Finance
and Community Development objectives.
3. CERTIFICATIONS- The Developer/General Contractor must provide a
copy of an acceptable license to verify that it is fully licensed and
certified for the type of work to be performed in the Broward County,
Florida, at the time of submittal of the RFP. Such licenses include a
State General Contractor, Builder Contractor or Residential Contractor
license or a County General Building Contractor, Class A, B, or C
license.
4. QUALIFICATIONS- Provide a description of the qualifications of the
Developer/General Contractor, including resumes and defined
proposed roles and responsibilities of each member of the proposed
Development
Team.
The
resumes
should
include
the
Developer/General Contractor’s roles in past projects, along with its
background in the type of projects the Developer/General Contractor is
proposing. This should include previous examples in high-quality
residential projects.
5. STATEMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE,
INCLUDING PROJECTS FUNDED UNDER FEDERAL OR STATE
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS- This section should
describe project location, date, concept, land uses, and financing; and
indicate the current status of each project (if any), naming the project
architect and a contact person for the project. Photos of the projects
should be included. This section should also include any past
experience and or certification with building green construction.
6. STATEMENT
OF
DEVELOPER/GENERAL
CONTRACTOR
CAPACITY- This section should include the number of single-family
homes the Developer/General Contractor can construct through a
single Notice to Proceed based upon the firm’s size, experience, and
financial ability. Provide examples of previous jobs completed.
7. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY- This section should
include audited financial statements for the past three years for the
Developer/General Contractor and development team leaders.
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8. SECTION 3 BUSINESS CONCERNS- This section should include
information regarding how the Developer/General Contractor plans to
meet Section 3 Business Concern. This section must include the
Developer/General Contractor’s plan and commitment to utilize such
businesses as a percentage of the total contract for development and
ownership of the Community.
9. DESCRIPTION OF DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S
RELATIONSHIP WITH HUD- This Section should indicate the level of
experience and /or the relationship with HUD (Area Office and/or
Central Office) in previous projects. Provide detailed information on
projects funded and staff involved.
10. LIST OF REFERENCES- Provide a list of three (but not more than six)
past or current partners in projects where the proposed development
team has demonstrated its qualifications in any or all of the activities
requested under the RFP. The list must include the name, title,
organization, address, telephone, and FAX number of the person most
familiar with the work completed.
11. DESCRIPTION OF KEY TEAM MEMBERS- The Developer/General
Contractor will provide a list of key team members, a description of
their roles in this project, and contact information for each key member.
The Developer/General Contractor should also provide a similar list for
any team partners or sub-contractors.
12. LITIGATION- Indicate whether the Developer/General Contractor or
any Developer/General Contractor team member has any current or
pending litigation where they are named as defendant(s), and if so,
describes the circumstance.
13. ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS- Provide floor plans for two (2)
different models. Each model to show front, side, rear elevations and
landscaping.
14. PROJECT TIMELINE- Provide, at a minimum, a bar chart outlining the
proposed schedule of progress including, but not limited to, design
development, working drawings, permitting process, site work,
construction phases by discipline, Project completion and Project
closeout. Project timeline must be within the August 1, 2012 deadline
for the proposed RFP.
15. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S MAXIMUM NUMBER OF
HOMES AND PRICE- Provide the maximum number of homes the
Developer/General Contractor can build within the specified program
budget; with Developer/General Contractor’s construction cost; and
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Developer/General Contractor’s profit margin for each model. Cost to
include all services and product need to design and build single-family
homes (permitting, engineering, drawing, labor, material, supplies, etc)
and sound barrier wall if required
Pre-Submittal Meeting
County will hold a pre-submittal meeting for Developer/General
Contractors on December 28, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. in the conference room
on the second floor at 110 N.E. 3rd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
8.
EVALUATION CRITERIA AND SELECTION PROCEDURES
Each Proposal received will be evaluated by an Evaluation Committee
convened by Broward County Housing Finance and Community
Development Division. The Committee will review all proposals and
Developer/General Contractors submitting responsive proposals that
comply with the submission requirements specified above will be invited to
an interview and presentation to the committee. The committee will select
one finalist for final approval.
The Committee will evaluate proposals based upon the following criteria:
1. DEVELOPER/GENERAL
CONTRACTOR’S
RELATIVE
DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE (25 POINT).
Level of successful planning and development experience in singlefamily housing construction;
2. PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL STATUS OF CURRENT PROJECTS (IF
ANY) AND FINANCIAL CAPACITY OF PROPOSED TEAM (15
POINTS)
3. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S APPROACH TO
PROJECT INCLUDING PROJECT TIMELINE (25 POINTS)
4. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S PROJECT
MANAGEMENT AND TEAM ORGANIZATION (10 POINTS)
5. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S EXPERIENCE WITH
BUILDING GREEN CONSTRUCTION; (CERTIFICATION, ETC.) (5
POINTS)
6. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S KNOWLEDGE AND
EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING
(5 POINTS)
7. DESIGN/ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS (20 POINTS)
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8. SECTION 3 GOALS (5 POINTS)
The County is committed to supporting Section 3 business concerns.
Only respondents who are willing to purchase kitchen cabinets from
the Step-Up program, (visit link below for more information on program
http://www.hacfl.com/JobDevelopmentEmpowerment/StepUp/tabid/311
9/Default.aspx ) will receive the Section 3 goals 5 point towards
evaluations scoring.
9. DEVELOPER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S MAXIMUM NUMBER OF
HOMES, PRICING AND COST (25 POINTS)
MAXIMUM TOTAL: 135 POINTS
The evaluation and selection of the Developer/General Contractor by the
Evaluation Committee will follow the schedule below:
Request for Proposals Issued:
December 20, 2012
Pre-Submission/Pre-Bid Meeting:
December 28, 2012
Deadline for Submission of Proposals:
January 6, 2012
Review of Proposals by Evaluation Committee:
January 9-12, 2012
Notifications for interviews:
January 13, 2012
Applicants Interviews:
January 16-19, 2012
Ranking/Evaluation of Applicants:
January 20, 2012
Recommendation of RFP Approval to
the Broward County Board of County
Commissioners:
February 7, 2012
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9.
COUNTY’S RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Any and all contracts made pursuant to this RFP are contingent upon the
available State and Federal funds applicable to this project.
It is understood that, in the event that the County and the selected
Respondent are unable to negotiate a fair and reasonable price for
compensation of the services described herein, the County may negotiate
with the next best-qualified firm. The County reserves the right to sole and
exclusive judgment in the determination of the qualifications of the
Respondents. Further, the County reserves the right to reject any or all
submissions, or to accept or select any submission as the County in its
sole and absolute discretion determines best meets its needs.
The County will not be responsible or liable in any manner for cost
incurred by Respondents in the preparation and submission of responses
to this RFP. All information, including plans, specifications and photos,
submitted to the County by Respondents in response to the RFP becomes
the property of the County regardless of award of the contract.
10.
Who May Apply
All State Licensed Residential Contractors who licenses are currently
active, in good standing with the State of Florida, and can meet the
requirements outline in this RFP.
11.
Liability Insurance Requirements
The insurance requirements contained in this Proposal/Application
represent the minimal protection necessary for Broward County as
determined by the Risk Management Division. Further modification of the
requirements may be made at the sole discretion of the Risk Management
Division if circumstances change or adequate protection of Broward
County is presented. No award will be recommended until a written
determination is made by Risk Management Division that Broward County
is adequately protected.
Comprehensive General Liability Insurance coverage in the minimum
amount of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) each occurrence combined
single limit bodily injury and property damage and Two Million Dollars
($2,000,000.00) per aggregate. Such policy shall include coverage for
premises, operations and independent contractors, and contractual
liability. Broward County shall be included as an additional insured and a
certificate holder in such policy.
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Developer/General Contractor shall be in compliance with Florida Statute
440 (Workers' Compensation Law). In addition, the policy(ies) must
include Employers' Liability with a limit of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each accident, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each employee, and Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each disease.
The certificate of insurance shall provide COUNTY with a thirty (30) day
prior written notice of cancellation or non-renewal.
COUNTY is a self-insured governmental entity subject to the limitations of
Section 768.28, Florida Statutes. COUNTY shall maintain a fiscally sound
and prudent risk management programs with regard to its obligations
under this RFP in accordance with the provisions of Section 768.28,
Florida Statutes. COUNTY’s Workers’ Compensation and Employers
Liability programs are in compliance with Chapter 440 of the Florida
Statutes. COUNTY is fully self-insured and self-administered for Auto,
General Liability and Workers' Compensations coverage pursuant Section
627.4137, Florida Statutes. Nothing herein is intended to serve as a
waiver of COUNTY’s sovereign immunity.
Insurance of Subcontractor
Developer/General Contractor shall include the following insurance
provisions in any contract it enters into with a Contractor for the provision
of services under this Agreement:
Comprehensive General Liability coverage in the minimum amount of One
Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) each occurrence combined single limit for
bodily injury and property damage, and One Million Dollars
($1,000,000.00) per aggregate. Such policy shall include coverage for the
Contractor's premises, operations and independent contractors. Broward
County shall be included as an additional insured and a certificate holder
in such policy. Coverage must be afforded on a form no more restrictive
than the latest edition of the Comprehensive General Liability Policy,
without restrictive endorsements, as filed by the Insurance Services Office
and must include the following:
Broad Form Property Damage.
Independent Contractors.
Products/Completed Operations Hazard.
Personal Injury Coverage with Employee and Contractual Exclusions
removed and within minimum limits of coverage equal to those required
for Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability.
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Business Automobile Liability with minimum limits of Five Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) combined single limit for bodily injury and
property damage. Coverage must be provided and afforded on a form no
more restrictive than the latest edition of the Business Automobile Liability
Policy, without restrictive endorsements, filed by the Insurance Services
Office and must include:
Owned vehicles.
Hired and non-owned vehicles.
Workers' Compensation Insurance to apply to and cover all its employees
in full compliance with the Florida Statute 440, Workers' Compensation
Law and all applicable federal laws. In addition, the policy(ies) must
include Employers' Liability with a limit of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each accident, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each employee, and Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($500,000.00) each disease.
Builder’s Risk Builder's Insurance to provide all risk Completed Value form
Builders Risk Policy with a deductible not to exceed Ten Thousand Dollars
($10,000.00) each claim for all perils except wind and flood. For the peril
of wind, Contractor shall maintain a deductible that is commercially
feasible which does not exceed five percent (5%) of the value of the
Contract Price said percentage to be determined at the sole discretion of
COUNTY’s Risk Manager. For the peril of flood, Contractor shall maintain
a deductible that is commercially feasible which does not exceed One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00). Such Policy shall reflect
Broward County as additional loss payee. Contractor shall be responsible
for up to the first Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) of loss within any of
the Policy's deductible.
The Applicant Agency shall maintain a copy of all subcontractors’ proof of
required insurance and shall make copies available to the contract
administrator upon request.
12.
LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
The Housing Finance and Community Development Division reserve the
right to negotiate, and implement liquidated damages applicable to this
agreement. The terms and conditions of liquidated damages shall be
negotiated prior to agreement execution.
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13.
COUNTY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (“CBE”).
Broward County is unable to establish County Business Enterprise (CBE)
goals for these projects due to a prohibition against geographical
preference in bidding. The County’s CBE program limits participation to
firms located in Broward County, which is considered a geographical
preference. There are no Federal or State percentage-based business
participation goals required for this solicitation.
However, in accordance with the 24 CFR PART 85 Administrative
Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreement to State, Local and
Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments-Procurement—2001
Edition, Contracting with small and minority firms, women’s business
enterprise and labor surplus area firms, the selected agency will perform
the following affirmative steps to ensure that small and minority firms,
women’s business enterprises and labor surplus area firms are used
whenever possible:
(1) Selected agency shall take all necessary affirmative steps to assure
that minority firms, women’s business enterprises, and labor surplus area
firms are used when possible.
(2) Affirmative steps shall include:
(i) Placing qualified small and minority businesses and women’s business
enterprises on solicitation list;
(ii) Assuring that small and minority businesses, and women’s business
enterprises are solicited whenever they are potential sources;
(iii) Dividing total requirements, when economically feasible, into smaller
tasks or quantities to permit maximum participation by small and minority
business, and women’s business enterprises;
(iv) Establishing delivery schedules, where the requirement permits, which
encourage participation by small and minority business, and women’s
business enterprises;
(v) Using the services and assistance of the Small Business
Administration, and the Minority Business Development Agency of the
Department of Commerce; and
(vi) Requiring the prime contractor, if subcontracts are to be let, to take
the affirmative steps listed in paragraphs (i) through (v) above.
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Appendix “B”
Agency Certification:
I CERTIFY that if my application is approved for funding, the organization
agrees to comply with all the required federal, state, local laws and
regulations. The organization confirms that it is fully capable of fulfilling
the obligations as stated in this proposal and in any attachments or
documents included with this application.
As a duly authorized representative of the organization, I submit this
application and verify that the information included herein is true, accurate,
and complete.
PENALTY FOR FALSE OR FRAUDULENT STATEMENT: U.S. Code
Title 18, Section 1001, provides that a fine of up to $10,000 or
imprisonment for a period not to exceed 5 years, or both shall be a
penalty for willful misrepresentation and the making of false fictitious
statements, knowing the same to be false.
APPLICANT :
Signature :
Typed Name :
Title :
Organization :
Phone Number :
Signature :
Typed Name :
Title :
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Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management
Department – Housing Finance and Community Development Division
FY 2011
Design/Build Replacement Housing Program
14. Rating Tool
Rating Categories
Points
1. Developer/General Contractor’s Relative
Development Experience
25
2. Physical and Financial Status of Current
Projects and Financial Capacity of
Proposed Team
15
3. Developer/General Contractor’s approach
to Project/Timeline
25
4. Developer/General Contractor’s Project
Management and Team Organization
5. Developer/General Contractor’s experience
with building green construction
10
5
6. Developer/General Contractor’s knowledge
and experience working with State and
Federal funding
5
7. Design/Architecture Drawings
20
8. Section 3 Goals
5
9. Developer/General Contractor’s maximum
number of homes, pricing, and cost
25
MAXIMUM TOTAL: 135 Points
25
15. Proposal Checklist and Attachments
REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND DOCUMENTS DESIGN/BUILD
REPLACEMENT HOUSING PROGRAM:
Attachment A.
Attachment B.
Attachment C.
Attachment D.
Attachment E.
Attachment F.
Attachment G.
Attachment H.
Attachment I.
Attachment J.
Attachment K.
Attachment L.
Attachment M.
Attachment N.
Attachment O.
Attachment P.
Attachment Q.
Financial Statements
Certificate of Corporation
IRS Form 501 (c)(3)
Project Budget and Cost Table
Public Entities Crime Affidavit
Drug Free Workplace Certification
Client Non-Discrimination Policy
County Business Enterprise Program
Americans With Disabilities Policy
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Non-Collusive Affidavit
Certification Regarding Lobbying
Section 3 Requirements
Debarment Certification
Central Broward County Lots
Town of Davie Lots
Town of Davie Drawings
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Housing Finance & Community Development Division Application
Attachment “A”
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
The remainder of this page is left blank intentionally
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Attachment “B”
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATION
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Housing Finance & Community Development Division Application
Attachment “C”
IRS Form 501(c)(3)
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Attachment “D”
PROJECT BUDGET AND COST TABLE
PROJET COST TABLE
Itemized Categories
A. Acquisition Cost:
1. Land
2. Existing Structures
3. Other
Itemized Cost
Total Cost
B. Site Work:
1. Site work
2. Other
C. Architectural and Engineering Fees:
1. Architect Fee-Design
2. Architect Fee-Supervision
3. Consultant or Processing Agent
4. Engineering Fees
5. Other
D. Other Owner Cost:
1. Appraisal
2. Building Permits
3. Tap fees
4. Soil Borings/Environment Survey
5. Real Estate Attorney
6. Title and Recording
7. Other
E. Interim Cost:
1. Construction Insurance
2. Construction Interest
F. Developer’s Fee
G. Project
Administration/Management:
1. Property maintenance/up-keep
2. Other
Total:
For the project budget and cost table, please use this form/format or similar form. If other form is
used, the form must have a minimum of what is required above.
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Attachment “E”
Public Entities Crimes Affidavit
SWORN STATEMENT UNDER SECTION 287.133(3)(a),
FLORIDA STATUTES, ON PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES
THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF A NOTARY PUBLIC OR
OTHER OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER OATHS.
1.
This sworn statement is submitted with a proposal to the Environmental Protection and
Growth Management Department.
2.
This sworn statement submitted by _________________________________________.
(Name of entity submitting sworn statement)
whose business address is ________________________________________________
and (if applicable) its Federal Employer Identification Number is __________________.
3.
My name is
above is
and my relationship to the entity named
(Print name of individual signing)
.
4.
I understand that a “public entity crime” as defined in paragraph 287.133(1)(g), Florida
Statutes, means a violation of any state or federal law by a person with respect to and
directly related to the transaction of business with any entity or with an agency or political
subdivision of any other state or with the United States, including, but not limited to, any
bid or contract for goods or services to be provided to any public entity or an agency or
political subdivision of any other state or of the United States and involving antitrust,
fraud, theft, bribery, collusion, racketeering, conspiracy, or material misrepresentation.
5.
I understand that “convicted” or “conviction” as defined in paragraph 287.133(1)(b),
Florida Statutes means a finding of guilt or a conviction of a public entity crime, with or
without an adjudication of guilt, in any federal or state trial court of record relating to
charges brought by indictment or information after July 1989, as a result of a jury verdict,
non-jury trial, or entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere.
6.
I understand that an “affiliate” as defined in paragraph 287.133(1)(a), Florida Statutes
means:
a. A predecessor or successor of a person convicted of a public entity crime; or
b. An entity under the control of any natural person who is active in the management of
the entity and who has been convicted of public entity crime. The term “affiliate”
includes those officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees,
members and agents who are active in the management of the affiliate. The
ownership
by one person of shares constituting a controlling interest in another person, or
pooling of equipment of income among persons when not for fair market value under
an arm’s length agreement, shall be prima facie case that one person controls
another person. A person who knowingly enters into a joint venture with a person
who has been convicted of a public entity crime in Florida during the preceding 36
months shall be considered an affiliate.
7.
I understand that a “person” as defined in paragraph 287.133(1)(e), Florida Statutes
means any natural person or entity organized under the laws of any state or of the United States
with the legal power to enter into a binding contract and which bids or applies to bids on contracts
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for the provision of goods or services let by a public entity, or which otherwise transacts or applies
to transact business with a public entity. The term “person” includes those officers, directors,
executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members and agents who are active in the
management of an entity.
8.
Based on information and belief, the statement which I have marked below is
true in
relation to the entity submitting this sworn statement. (Please indicate which statement
applies)
.
G
Neither the entity submitting this sworn statement, nor any officers, directors,
executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members and agents who are
active in the management of the entity, or an affiliate of the entity have been
charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1, 1989.
G
The entity submitting this sworn statement, or one or more of the officers,
directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members and agents
who are active in the management of the entity, or an affiliate of the entity has
been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1,
1989, AND (Please indicate which additional statement applies).
G
There has been proceeding concerning the conviction before a hearing officer of
the State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings. The final order entered
by the hearing officer did not place the person or affiliate on the convicted vendor
list. (Please attach a copy of the final order).
G
The person or affiliate was placed on the convicted vendor list. There has been
a subsequent proceeding before a hearing officer of the State of Florida, Division
of Administrative Hearings. The final order entered by the hearing officer
determined that it was in the public interest to remove the person or affiliate from
the convicted vendor list. (Please attach a copy of the final order).
G
The person or affiliate has not been placed on the convicted vendor list. (Please
describe an action taken by or pending with the Department of General
Services).
(Signature)
__________________________________
(Date)
STATE OF ________________
COUNTY OF _______________
PERSONALLY
APPEARED
BEFORE
ME,
the
undersigned
authority,
____________________ (Name of individual signing) who, after first being sworn by me, affixed
his/her signature in the space provided above on the
day of
, 20 .
_________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC, State of Florida
My commission expires
.
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Attachment “F”
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION
The undersigned Applicant Agency hereby certifies that it will provide a drug-free
workplace program by:
(1)
Publishing a statement notifying its employees that unlawful manufacture,
distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance is
prohibited in the offeror’s workplace, and specifying the actions that will
be taken against employees for violations of such prohibition;
(2)
Establish a continuing drug-free awareness program to inform its
employees about:
(I)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
The danger of drug abuse in the workplace;
The offeror’s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace;
Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee
assistance programs; and
The penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug
abuse violations occurring in the workplace;
(3)
Giving all employees engaged in performance of a contract a copy of a
statement required by subparagraph (1);
(4)
Notifying all employees, in writing, of the statement required by
subparagraph (1), that as a condition of employment on a covered
contract, the employee shall;
(I)
(ii)
Abide by the terms of the statement; and
Notify the employer in writing of the employee’s conviction under
criminal drug statute for a violation occurring in the workplace no
later than 5 calendar days after such conviction;
(5)
Notifying Broward County government in writing within 10 calendar days
after receiving under subdivision (4) (ii) above, from an employee or
otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction. The notice shall
include the position title of the employee;
(6)
Within 30 calendar days after receiving notice under subparagraph (4) of
a conviction, taking one of the following actions with respect to an
employee who is convicted of a drug abuse violation occurring in the
workplace:
(I)
(ii)
Taking appropriate personnel action against such employee, up to
and including termination;
Requiring such employee to participate satisfactorily in a drug
abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such
purpose by federal, state, or local health, law enforcement, or
other appropriate agency; and
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(7)
Making a good faith effort to maintain a drug-free workplace program
through implementation of subparagraphs(1) through (6).
________________________________
(Applicant Agency Signature)
________________________________
(Print Applicant Agency Name)
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this
20
day of
,
, by _____________________________________________________________
(Name of individual signing)
As
of
(Title)
(Name of Applicant Agency/entity)
Known to me to be the person described
as identification, and who did/did not take an oath.
NOTARY PUBLIC
My commission expires:
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herein,
or
who
produced
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Attachment “G”
CLIENT NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
In accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Broward County Human Rights Act (Broward County
Code, Chapter 16½), the Applicant Agency’s decisions regarding the delivery of services
under any Agreement with Broward County will be made without regard to, or
consideration of race, age, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin,
marital status, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, or any other factor which
cannot be lawfully used as a basis for service delivery.
The Applicant Agency will not engage in or commit any discriminatory practice in
violation of the Broward County Human Rights Act (Broward County Code, Chapter
16½) in performing any services under any Agreement with Broward County.
Applicant Agency:
Executive Director:
(Signature)
(Date)
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Attachment “H”
COUNTY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM
COUNTY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (“CBE”). CBE is defined as a forprofit small business entity that meets eligibility criteria as outlined in the
County Business Enterprise Act of 2009. The CBE Program, which is
implemented under COUNTY’s County Business Enterprise Act of 2009,
referred to as the “Act,” provides for the establishment and implementation
of CBE participation goals, initiatives, and other opportunities for COUNTY
contracts. To qualify as a CBE business, a firm must meet the criteria and
eligibility requirements of Broward County’s CBE Program and must be
certified by Broward County’s Office of Economic and Small Business
Development.
COUNTY and SUBGRANTEE agree that contractor and vendor awards
to CBEs are crucial to the achievement of COUNTY’s CBE participation
objectives. .
Applicant Agency:
Executive Director:
(Signature)
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(Date)
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Attachment “I”
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT POLICY
This Agency and its employees support through policy, procedure, and action the
right of disabled persons, prospective staff and persons served, to equal access
to services and employment.
APPLICANTS:
This Agency shall make efforts in good faith to arrange “reasonable
accommodations” for qualified applicants, providing these accommodations do
not create “undue hardship” for the agency.
The process of “reasonable accommodations” will include the following steps: 1)
Consultation with the individual by the supervisor or operations director; 2)
Identifying barriers in question; 3) Identifying possible accommodations (including
assistance from outside authorities or agencies); 4) Assessing reasonableness of
accommodations with the final decision from the Executive Director or designee;
and 5) Implementing the accommodation or determining that the accommodation
would be an “undue hardship”.
Should the accommodation create an “undue hardship” for the Agency, the
prospective employee will be offered the opportunity to implement the
accommodation on their own.
In the event that accommodations: 1) Create “undue hardship” on the agency or
the fellow employees; 2) Cannot be accessed through assistance from other
authorities or agencies; and, 3) Cannot be arranged with the prospective
employee, the decision not to hire shall be documented along with records of all
efforts made.
Applications for employment shall be completed in wheelchair accessible
locations. All relevant compliance posters shall be readily visible in areas with
public access. If an individual should need assistance in completing the
application, staff shall be available to help with the application process, and any
other necessary pre-employment materials.
EMPLOYEES:
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In the event an employee develops a disability during the course of employment,
modifications to the employee’s original position shall be assessed, as well as, a
possible job change, or restructuring, providing this does not cause “undue
hardship” to the Agency.
In the event that an employee is found to have a substance abuse problem that
is affecting their work performance, that employee shall be offered the
opportunity to go on a leave of absence until the problem is corrected through
immediate and appropriate intervention and therapy, provided the employee
seeks such opportunity early in the disciplinary action, and does not commit an
offense that is punishable by termination on the first offense.
If an employee requires a leave of absence due to a disability, not associated
with work, they may request such leave through procedures outlined in the
Agency’s leave of absence policies.
If an employee requires leave due to a work related injury, the rules governing
workers compensation shall be followed.
The Agency shall comply with the provisions of the Family and Medical Leave
Act of 1993.
Name of Applicant Agency:
Executive Director:
(Signature)
(Date)
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Attachment “J”
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
POLICY:
The progress of this Agency requires that we utilize all available staff to the fullest,
regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, political
affiliation or belief, national origin, veteran status or marital status.
Unlawful
discrimination must be eliminated and individuals with demonstrated talent recognized
and encouraged through fair and equitable personnel practices. It is the policy of this
Agency to grant equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard
to the factors listed above.
This Agency’s policy of nondiscrimination includes, but is not limited to, employment
advertising, recruiting, employment, placement, promotion, transfer, selection for
training, rates of pay, and layoff or termination. All employees are informed of the
emphasis on nondiscrimination.
This Agency will comply with all provisions of applicable federal, state, and local equal
opportunity laws, orders, rules, and regulations and will cooperate with all agencies
established under such laws in guaranteeing compliance.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Executive Director or assigned Designee is responsible for insuring compliance and
adherence to the nondiscrimination policy.
Each supervisor is responsible for using all practical means to implement this policy
within his/her department or workgroup.
This Agency shall review, at least annually, the status of this program of expanding and
re-emphasizing nondiscrimination.
PROCEDURES:
1.
All applications for employment will be printed with the term “Equal Opportunity
Employer”.
2.
All advertisements for recruiting purposes will contain the statement “An Equal
Opportunity Employer” at the bottom of the advertisement.
Name of Agency:
Executive Director:
Signature
Date
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Attachment “K”
NON-COLLUSIVE AFFIDAVIT
State of
)ss
County of
)
)
, being first duly sworn, deposes and says:
That he/she is
(a partner or officer of the firm, etc.)
The party making the foregoing proposal, that such proposal or bid is genuine
and not collusive or sham; that said party has not colluded, conspired, connived
or agreed, directly or indirectly with any party or person, to submit a sham
proposal or bid or to refrain from submitting a proposal or bidding, and has not in
any manner, directly or indirectly, sought by agreement or collusion or
communication or conference, with any person, to fix the price of affiant or of any
other respondent or bidder, or to fix any overhead, profit or cost element of said
price, or of that of any other respondent or bidder, or to secure any advantage
against the Broward County Housing Finance & Community Development
Division or any person interested in the proposed contract; and that all
statements in said proposal or bid are true.
Name of Organization
Signature and Date
Typed or Printed Name
Title
Subscribed and sworn to before me
This
day of
, 20
My Commission expires
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,
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Attachment “L”
Certification Regarding Lobbying
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Attachment “M”
Section 3 Requirements
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Attachment “M” (Cont.)
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Attachment “M” (Cont.)
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Attachment “M” (Cont.)
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Attachment “M” (Cont.)
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Attachment “N”
Debarment Certification
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Attachment “N” (Cont.)
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Attachment “O”
Central Broward County Lot
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Attachment “P“
Town of Davie Lots (Specification #3)
Legal Description:
Folio:
LITTLE RANCHES AMENDED 28-35 B THE E1/2 OF LOTS 15 AND 16 BLK 2
504126080662
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Attachment “P“(Cont.)
Legal Description:
Folio:
LITTLE RANCHES AMENDED 28-35 B LOT 11 BLK 1
504126080090
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Attachment “P“ (Cont.)
Legal Description:
Folio:
LITTLE RANCHES AMENDED 28-35 B LOT 51 BLK 1
504126080490
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Attachment “Q“
Town of Davie Drawing (Specification #3)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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Attachment “Q“ (Cont.)
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16. Broward County Housing Finance & Community Development Division
2005 CDBG DRI and CDBG Supplemental DRI Program Application
FATAL FLAW CHECKLIST
Failure to comply with or include any of the Required Items listed below that apply
to the Applicant Agency’s status (Non-Profit, For-Profit, etc.) will result in a Fatal
Flaw and removal of the Proposal from further consideration of approval.
Required Items
Yes
1.
The signed Proposal/Application was received by the due date and
time.
2.
The Original Proposal/Application contains an original signature on
Agency Cover Sheet and Certification of Accuracy and Compliance.
3.
Certificate of Corporation from the Secretary of State, State of
Florida certified and dated by the Secretary of State within twelve
(12) months of the due date of this Application. This Certificate must
state on its face that the Applicant Agency is active. In the
alternative the Applicant Agency may submit a printout from
Corporations Online, www.sunbiz.org, Public Inquiry as Attachment
“B” dated within twelve (12) months of the due date of this
Application, stating that Applicant Agency is active. Please note
that a copy of the Articles of Incorporation or any similar
document does not meet the requirements of this section. This
provision is not applicable to units of government. Attachment “B”
(Units of government may check N/A).
4..
IRS determination of 501(c)(3) status for non-profits must be
included.
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No
N/A
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